Add Content Block functionality
Add Content Blocks with different Layouts to pages.
composer require somardesignstudios/silverstripe-contentblocks
Download the archive and extract it into your web root.
This module provides four different Content Block layouts out of the Box.
This Content Block enables a up to 3 columns of content with background colour options. The columns heights are matched with the the jQuery match heights plugin.
This Content Block provides basic Bootstrap
This Content Block provides a landing-page type tile layout. Each Tile can have an image, title, caption and link. Tiles can be displayed in rows of two or three. There is also support for user selected templates.
ContentBlockExtension will add a ContentBlocks tab and GridField to all Pages.
Each class of Content Block has it's own button to add to the page.
Currently, you can add these to any template by looping over the
ContentBlocks and using
<% if ContentBlocks %>
<% loop ContentBlocks %>
<% end_loop %>
<% end_if %>
Future improvements include allowing content blocks to be inserted individually via Shortcodes as well as allowing the creation of a ContentBlock via a Dropdown Field as opposed to individual buttons.
The styling will be basic if not non-existent, this is to allow you full control of the look and feel of the content blocks apart from the Bootstrap bits ofcourse.
This module requires Twitter Bootstrap 3 for a number of layouts and components. It is recommended to include Bootstrap in your theme as you will better be able to manage cascading styles however, to get going quickly you can set a configuration flag to include the module's bootstrap library which includes just the CSS needed for the components:
Specify what types should be able to be created in the GridFieldDropdownAddNewButton. config.yml
ClassName: 'Dropdown Label'
Extension hooks are provided in most appropriate places so you can easily customise the behaviour. If you believe there is one missing, feel free to raise an issue or create a pull request.
You can override any of the default templates in this module by creating Templates of the same name in your themes folder.
You can configure the classes that will be applied to every column with
You can configure the background colour options using the
hexcode: 'Dropdown Label'
You can configure the classes that will be applied to all panels with